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Radiofrequency in Aesthetic and Regenerative Gynecology

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We know that in menopause women experience many anatomical changes, thinning of vaginal epithelium, reduction of vaginal secretion, lack of vaginal fold and reduction of the turnover of collagen, low urinary tract atrophia. Furthermore after vaginal delivery we observe what we call “vaginal loose syndrome” and sometimes pelvic organ prolapse. To solve all these problems in the recent years, the use of radiofrequency became more common.

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Merelli, F., Boccioli, B. (2022). Radiofrequency in Aesthetic and Regenerative Gynecology. In: Jindal, P., Malhotra, N., Joshi, S. (eds) Aesthetic and Regenerative Gynecology. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-1743-0_10

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